Jump to content

delmar

Watching
  • Content Count

    124
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by delmar

  1. You are "still" a "young" man, and most importantly of course you have a young g-friend. Happy b-day!
  2. I'm glad to hear the Pope was able to put a steak on your table instead of the usual loaf of bread and dried fish
  3. delmar

    first day

    What are your plans after graduation???
  4. Try to staying away from the big budget movies. I saw "Napolean Dynamite" last night, quite interesting and no attention from the media. Yet!
  5. Do you know where I can get some hair extensions?
  6. delmar

    My Turn!!

    Could of been worse, if you were here in CAlifornia you would of gotten a ticket from the police for 200-300$ plus 8 hours of "traffic driving school" on a Saturday. But most importantly no one was hurt. BTS or Bust!
  7. Was that burrito from Taco Bell or Del Taco?
  8. Having to deal with assholes makes us appreciate those you aren't (assholes) Choke dee
  9. Great idea! When will you go? If you go in November, count me in.
  10. delmar

    line up!

    ITs very strange you mentioned this! I've been having some bald white guy using my space since I joined.
  11. Choke dee! Must of been the thought of ending up with a bald guy that pushed you guys back together:)
  12. Hi F&C, dastergisback forgot to mention an often overlooked group "bald". Maybe a trip to Ca. will help cheer you up?
  13. In a leadership school I attended they talked about 10% of the people causing 90% of your problems and the remaining 90% only casusing 10%. Thus basically 10% of people are ASSHOLES ans will likely never change so stay focused on the COOL 90%. Good luck.
  14. delmar

    Jet lag

    From the L.O.S. to U.S.A. what a journy. I was hoping to at least maybe have someone nice seated next to me (preferrably cute female) instead an overweight Japanese man who snored the whole trip. Thank goodness for headphones. As usual I will suffer from post vacation blues and jet lag for about one week. I arrived yesterday, opened up all my mail (mostly bills), returned a few phone calls, did laundry, went grocery shopping, unpacked and tried to sleep at 1230 am. Tossed and turned until 5am and now ready for work at 7 am. Ahhh i miss those days and night of Starbucks and Singhas. Bye for now
  15. delmar

    Jet lag

    From the L.O.S. to U.S.A. what a journy. I was hoping to at least maybe have someone nice seated next to me (preferrably cute female) instead an overweight Japanese man who snored the whole trip. Thank goodness for headphones. As usual I will suffer from post vacation blues and jet lag for about one week. I arrived yesterday, opened up all my mail (mostly bills), returned a few phone calls, did laundry, went grocery shopping, unpacked and tried to sleep at 1230 am. Tossed and turned until 5am and now ready for work at 7 am. Ahhh i miss those days and night of Starbucks and Singhas. Bye for now
  16. As I sit here alone at Coffee World this wet and (alcohol free) evening I suppose I'm ready to go home but yet not quite ready to leave Thailand.The last night is always the toughest. The only consolation I have is I know I shall return . Its been a good three weeks. I was able to see some old friends as well a make a few new friends. Unfortunately timing and other circumstances restricted me from seeing everyone I wanted too. Or maybe they just didn't want to see me. I have a verrry long journey tomorrow and have yet to pack, thus good night, fun dee, Delmar
  17. delmar

    Last night in Bangkok

    As I sit here alone at Coffee World this wet and (alcohol free) evening I suppose I'm ready to go home but yet not quite ready to leave Thailand.The last night is always the toughest. The only consolation I have is I know I shall return . Its been a good three weeks. I was able to see some old friends as well a make a few new friends. Unfortunately timing and other circumstances restricted me from seeing everyone I wanted too. Or maybe they just didn't want to see me. I have a verrry long journey tomorrow and have yet to pack, thus good night, fun dee, Delmar
  18. delmar

    Hi from Bangkok

    Hi TF's! I am now enjoying my stay in L.O.S (Land of Smiles) Returning here feels like returning home at times. Its been a great trip thus far. I have seen some old friends, visited with a couple of Thailand Friends, and made a few new friends. My routine here is very similar to America. CAlifornia Fitness center each day, coffee throughout the day and movies. I have seen three movies thus far- Mean Girls (funnier than I expected) I,Robot (not as good as I expected) and THe Letter (The saddest movie I've ever seen, my tears fell like rain). I have ridden the new subway and of course the sky t
  19. delmar

    Hi from Bangkok

    Hi TF's! I am now enjoying my stay in L.O.S (Land of Smiles) Returning here feels like returning home at times. Its been a great trip thus far. I have seen some old friends, visited with a couple of Thailand Friends, and made a few new friends. My routine here is very similar to America. CAlifornia Fitness center each day, coffee throughout the day and movies. I have seen three movies thus far- Mean Girls (funnier than I expected) I,Robot (not as good as I expected) and THe Letter (The saddest movie I've ever seen, my tears fell like rain). I have ridden the new subway and of course the sky t
  20. delmar

    Anniversary

    Greetings everyone! I just returned from Northern CAlifornia (3 hour plane ride from the south) where I helped my mom and dad celebrate 50 years of marriage. It was quite nice, all our family was there and many of there friends (all in their seventies) Wow, I can't imagine "50" years. Of course at my age it would truely be a milestone because I'd more than likely be in my 90's. I guess their recipe for success was based upon patience (mom not dad), understanding (mom not dad), loyalty (both mom and dad), love (both mon and dad) and finally sacrifice (both mom and dad). Also my mom is a "saint"
  21. delmar

    Anniversary

    Greetings everyone! I just returned from Northern CAlifornia (3 hour plane ride from the south) where I helped my mom and dad celebrate 50 years of marriage. It was quite nice, all our family was there and many of there friends (all in their seventies) Wow, I can't imagine "50" years. Of course at my age it would truely be a milestone because I'd more than likely be in my 90's. I guess their recipe for success was based upon patience (mom not dad), understanding (mom not dad), loyalty (both mom and dad), love (both mon and dad) and finally sacrifice (both mom and dad). Also my mom is a "saint"
  22. delmar

    Dodgeball

    Greetings! Well I am ashamed to say it but I did go see "Dodgeball". After a verrrry long week with many different issues I just wanted to watch a mindless comedy. It was mindless, yet not much of a comedy. Maybe I was expecting too much. I also saw "Supersize it", a documentary where a guy eats McDonalds for breakfast, lunch and dinner for 30 days. It was astonishing to see how quickly ones health can be negatively impacted in such a short time. THe movie was funny at times but talked about Americas increase of eating fast foods and the decrease of exercise in schools is resulting in a nation
  23. delmar

    Dodgeball

    Greetings! Well I am ashamed to say it but I did go see "Dodgeball". After a verrrry long week with many different issues I just wanted to watch a mindless comedy. It was mindless, yet not much of a comedy. Maybe I was expecting too much. I also saw "Supersize it", a documentary where a guy eats McDonalds for breakfast, lunch and dinner for 30 days. It was astonishing to see how quickly ones health can be negatively impacted in such a short time. THe movie was funny at times but talked about Americas increase of eating fast foods and the decrease of exercise in schools is resulting in a nation
  24. delmar

    Movies

    Hi TF's its been a while since I had time to sit and add a journal. Hope a few of you guys/gals remember me. I've been busy with 3 night classes for the last 2 months with my finals being last week, plus my day job. I was way behind in TF's and movies so now I'll try an catch up! This past weekend i saw 3 movies- Shrek 2 (the original was better), Stepford Wives (very bizaar ending, kind of lame) and last night i saw a Korean film called Oasis.This is a Unique film where a"not very bright" man recently released from prison falls in love with a woman who has Cebreal Palsy. Quite touching. Oh by
×
×
  • Create New...